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    • The Mastiff and the Hound. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 59|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • A Greyhound's Head. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 60|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Cat and the Mice. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 62|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • Cat asleep. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 64|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • Dogs thieving. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 56|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • Group of Sheep. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 36|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • An Ass's Head. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 52|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Stag entangled by his Horns. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 80|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Fighting Cocks and the Eagle. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 76|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Porcupine and the Snakes. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 74|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Sheep and Hunted Wolf. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 68|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • Dogs and Wild Boar. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 72|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • Dead Hare and Birds. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 78|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Fox and the Lion. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 70|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • Stag Stretching. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 83|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Fighting Bulls and the Frogs. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 95|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Ass and the Lion Hunting. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 88|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Hare and the Tortoise. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 90|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • The Camel and Jupiter. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 85|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.
    • Cow and Pigs. 

      Howitt, Samuel (London : Edward Orme. 1811)
      black-white illustration|Page 98|A New Work of Animals: principally designed from the fables of Aesop, Gay, and Phaedrus.